2017 Mini Clubman supermini designed and manufactured by Mini. Mini Clubman was in 2007, as a variant of the Mini Hatch (Hatch). The commercial version called Clubvan for the series added in 2012. This is the first Mini suicide doors on its first generation, but the second-generation short.
Mini has unveiled its second generation 2017 Mini Clubman. As promised, the production of 2017 Clubman model is very close to the Clubman concept early bowed last year in Geneva. It has a larger footprint than its predecessor, but with a little more car-like profile.
2017 Mini Clubman Design
The redesigned Mini Clubman 2017 model has the longest and widest MINI model, measuring nearly 11 inches longer and three inches wider than the four-door hardtop. The luggage compartment has a volume of 17.5 cubic feet, expanded to nearly 48 cubic feet when the rear seatbacks are devastated. The rear barn doors to introduce the latest generation, however, Mini has the lowest suicide doors studying in favor of a traditional arrangement.
The company hopes luxury interior equipment will push the luxury Clubman’s help. New options include the atmospheric “lighting, electrically adjustable seats, Chrome trim and a wide range of fabric / leather combinations and leather finish with a unique seam patterns. 2017 Mini Clubman Suspension is updated with brand new components to improve stiffness and handling while the use of aluminum helps reduce curb weight despite overall greater the new Clubmen.
2017 Mini Clubman Engine
All of 2017 Mini Clubman versions are powered by MINI’s latest TwinPower Turbo engines, including a three-cylinder engine with 134 horsepower for the entry-level models. The upgraded Cooper S Clubman is powered by a four-cylinder unit with 189 ponies. The four-cylinder packages can now be fitted with an optional eight-speed Steptronic transmission operates in either automatic mode or via paddle shifters on the steering wheel.